Stochastic Processes in Finance – Part II

Having identified Levy processes as the analog of linear functions, deriving distributional and path properties and showing that Fourier transforms are useful for analysis of stochastic movements Jorg Kienitz applies the results from the first part of the series to study several financial models and the processes used for modelling

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